Behind the IA Impact Tracker
A conversation with Lindsey Green-Barber of Impact Architects.
Defined focus can help newsrooms automate
A contained core of apps and systems keeps automated tools approachable and trackable: A discussion with Joe Amditis.
Automating story follow-up tracking — for free
Airtable, Zapier and Google Drive products make remembering when to circle back to a topic a breeze. We built a simple automation system to track and share ideas for follow-up stories.
How do you make a Slack bot that users of all levels can interact with and get insights from?
SEO is beyond a technical problem, it’s also a user experience problem.
Building a Slack-based tool to improve SEO for your newsroom
Search is ubiquitous in our day to day life and journalism needs to get better at it.
Could a banking law designed to end redlining drive more capital into local journalism?
A consortium of Black news publishers wants federal regulators to update Community Reinvestment Act rules so banks do more for local, minority-owned media.
News outlets and social media provide an avalanche of information during a crisis
How do you sift out the accurate from the inaccurate?
Why newsrooms should invest in animation
Animation adds new opportunities for engaging different audiences, and that could help your bottom line.
Here’s everything we learned about source diversity auditing
Two years ago, Chalkbeat joined a growing list of newsrooms attempting to track the diversity of our sources so we could better understand whose perspectives we’re elevating in our journalism.
New initiative aims to help journalists address the ‘unpublishing’ dilemma
Unpublishingthenews.com debuts with policy repository, newsroom resources and new research about the public’s expectations of American newsrooms that unpublish.